A Childhood Memory or Two

I had strong memory this morning of riding my bike down a hill on the street in front of our house. The air was skin warm and after the heat of the summer was a delightful caress, going downhill I did not have to pedal and it was like flying. [...]

By |2018-07-06T16:07:26-08:00October 9th, 2016|Blogging, skmurphy|1 Comment

Dark Watchman vs. The Architect of Fear

This is a republished version of a blog post I did originally on July-21-2008 on the FunMurphys.com blog. It’s a meditation on fighting terrorism and creating a common enemy to foster collaboration. Architect of fear has a dual meaning: both the terrorist (e.g. the Joker in the movie “The Dark [...]

By |2018-07-14T01:08:30-08:00October 2nd, 2016|Blogging, skmurphy|0 Comments

Lessons Learned From 9 Years Of Blogging

I started this blog in October of 2006–3 years after incorporating SKMurphy, Inc. in August of 2003–so this month represents the start of my tenth year of blogging. In the last nine years I have published 1552 posts, which total 871,535 words of writing or the rough equivalent of a dozen [...]

By |2018-11-01T22:43:30-08:00November 2nd, 2015|Blogging, skmurphy|1 Comment

Call to Action Examples

Nobody disputes how important "Call to Actions" are but sometimes I run out of ideas for good ones.  Here is my list of favorite ones. Find out the latest Watch this short video for more information Check this out! See why we are excited! Learn more Read how we did [...]

By |2014-04-24T18:44:13-08:00April 24th, 2014|Blogging, Lead Generation|0 Comments

Book Club: Discussion on Seth Godin’s Texting while working

FREE recorded discussion on Seth's blog article. The panelist share how they manage their tasks and make sure they are focused the important items that differentiates their offering. Panelist: Carl Ludewig, Ludewig Multimedia Tim Rice, Preach Media Francis Adanza, Dir. Professional Services, LeadFormix Sean Murphy, SKMurphy Inc. View recorded session [...]

By |2014-07-18T20:59:22-08:00August 24th, 2011|Blogging, Books, Events|4 Comments
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